Sri Lankan Record at Champions Trophy

2002 saw them sharing the trophy with India. But since then they have failed to enter the semifinal, and signed off the tournament by sharing maximum number of matches played by any team (24 matches with India and West Indies), as they have played many qualifiers too.

2013 Schedule and Results

Best Results

    Winner: 2002
    Semifinalist: 1998, 2013

Interesting Facts

    SL has played maximum 10 teams in the tournament.
    Bowled out on 7 occasions.
    With 23 appearances, Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene are the players with highest Champions Trophy matches from any team.
    Jayasruiya (20), Atapattu, Muralitharan (17), Chaminda Vaas (16), Dilshan (15), Malinga (14) have also played 10 or more CT Matches.

SL Performance in all Editions
1998:

    Captain: Arjuna Ranatunga
    1. QF: SL def NZ by 5 wkts, MOM: Arjuna Ranatunga
    2. SF: SA def SL by 92 runs (D/L)

2000:

    Captain: Jayasuriya
    1. Qualifier: SL def WI by 108 runs
    2. QF: Pak def SL by 9 wkts

2002:

    Captain: Jayasuriya
    Group D: Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Netherlands
    1. SL def Pak by 8 wkts, MOM: Jayasuriya
    2. SL def Netherlands by 206 runs, MOM: Atapattu
    3. SF: SL def Aus by 7 wkts, MOM: Aravinda de Silva
    4. Final: Joint Winner with India

2004:

    Captain: Atapattu
    Group D: England, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe
    1. SL def Zim by 4 wkts
    2. Eng def SL by 49 runs (D/L)

2006:

    Captain: Mahela
    Group B: South Africa, New Zealand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
    1. Qualifier: SL def Ban by 37 runs, MOM: Tharanga
    2. SL def Zim by 144 runs, MOM: Tharanga
    3. SL def WI by 9 wkts, MOM: Maharoof
    4. Group B: Pak def SL by 4 wkts
    5. SL def NZ by 7 wkts, MOM: Muralitharan
    6. SA def SL by 78 runs

2009:

    Captain: Sangakkara
    Group B: New Zealand, England, Sri Lanka, South Africa
    1. SL def SA by 55 runs (D/L), MOM: Dilshan
    2. Eng def SL by 6 wkts
    3. NZ def SL by 38 runs

2013
Captain: Angelo Mathews, Wicketkeeper: Sangakkara
Group A: Australia, New Zealand, England, Sri Lanka

    1. NZ def SL by 1 wicket
    SL def Eng by 7 wkts, MOM: Sangakkara
    SL def Aus by 20 runs, MOM: Mahela
    SF: Ind def SL by 8 wkts

Sri Lankan Match Results at Champions Trophy

Team M W L NR
Australia 2 2 0 0
India 3 0 1 2
West Indies 2 2 0 0
England 3 1 2 0
Zimbabwe 2 2 0 0
South Africa 3 1 2 0
Pakistan 3 1 2 0
Bangladesh 1 1 0 0
New Zealand 4 2 2 0
Netherlands 1 1 0 0
Zimbabwe 2 2 0 0
10 24 13 9 2

Captains:

    Jayasuriya 7 (4 won, 1 lost, 2 NR)
    Mahela 6 (4 won, 2 lost)
    Angelo Mathews 4 (2 won, 2 lost)
    Sangakkara 3 (1 won, 2 lost)
    Atapattu, Ranatunga 2 each (1 won, 1 lost)

Team Records
Highest Scores: 319/8 (SA), 302/8 (Ban)
Lowest Scores: 132 (SA), 138 (NZ)
Biggest Wins: 206 runs (Netherlands), 144 runs (Zim), 108 runs (WI), 9 wkts (WI), 220 balls (WI)
Smallest wins: 20 runs (Aus), 4 wkts (Zim), 17 balls (Eng)
100+ Partnerships: 9 (3 for 3rd, 4th, 2 for 2nd, 1 for 5th)
Biggest Partnerships by Wickets:

    1st 67 Jayasuriya, Atappatu (Aus), 2002
    2nd 158 Dilshan, Sangakkara (SA), 2009
    3rd 165 Tharanga, Sangakkara (Zim), 2006
    4th 127 Kaluwitharana, Arjuna Ranatunga (NZ), 1998
    5th 118 Mahela, Arnold (Ind), 2002
    6th 82 Kandamby, Mathews (Eng), 2009
    7th 78 Mahela, Thushara (NZ), 2009
    8th 24 Kulasekara, Thushara (NZ), 2009
    9th 19 Kulasekara, Malinga (NZ), 2009
    10th 15 Kulasekara, Mendis (Eng & NZ), 2009

Batting Records

    Best Batsman: Mahela (742 in 21), Sangakkara (683 in 21 innings), Jayasuriya (536 in 20 innings)
    Centuries: 7 (2 Tharanga, 1 Sangakkara, Jayasuriya, Atapattu, Dilshan, Gunawardene)
    50s: 21 (5 Mahela, 4 Sanga, 2 Kulasekara)
    Best in one edition: 320 Tharanga (2006), 254 Jayasuriya (2002), 222 Sangakkara (2013), 204 Atapatty (2002)

Bowling Records

    Highest wickets: Muralitharan (24), Malinga (22), Vaas (18), Maharoof (16), Jayasuriya (14), Zoysa (10)
    Best Performances: 6/14 (Maharoof), 4/15 (Muralitharan)
    Most Expensive: 0/85 Malinga (NZ in 2009), 2/80 Eranga (Eng, 2013)
    Most wickets in a series: 12 Maharoof (2006), 11 Malinga (2006), 10 Muralitharan (2002)

MOMs: 11
Tharanga has maximum three MOMs.

    2013: Sanga (Eng), Mahela (Aus)
    2009: Dilshan (SA)
    2006: Tharanga (Ban, Zim), Maharoof (WI), Muralitharan (NZ)
    2004: None
    2002: Jayasuriya (Pak), Atapattu (Netherlands), Aravinda de Silva (Aus)
    2000: None
    1998: Arjuna Ranatunga (NZ)
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